Emory subsidizes up to 100% of the monthly cost for MARTA, Xpress, GCT, or CobbLinc regional transit, depending on work location and employment status.
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MARTA provides an extensive bus and rail system to meet the transportation needs of the Atlanta region. Emory routes include:
Gwinnett County Transit (GCT) provides express transit services from Gwinnett County to several MARTA stations, including Five Points, Arts Center, Midtown, and H.E. Holmes during peak hours. GCT also operates the Route 110, which services Woodruff Circle and other Emory main campus locations along Clifton Road. Not all GCT routes serve MARTA stations; visit the GCT website for specific route information and schedules. GCT also provides public transportation services within Gwinnett County.
Xpress (GRTA), operated by the State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA), provides direct express bus service from 12 metro Atlanta counties to major employment centers downtown, in midtown, and in Perimeter Center.
CobbLinc provides transit services from Cobb County to several MARTA stations, including Five Points, Arts Center, Midtown, and H.E. Holmes during peak hours. Not all CobbLinc routes serve MARTA stations. Visit the CobbLinc website for specific route information and schedules. CobbLinc also provides public transportation services within Cobb County.